TSA Claims It Took 5 Guns A Day From Passengers, But Are We Safer?
26 Jan 2014 5:59 pm Warner Todd Huston
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) thinks it has a great selling point with its announcement that it took 5 firearms a day from passengers trying to board planes in 2013. But are our airports and planes safer because of this?
The TSA made the announcement on its January 24 “year in review” blog post where officials bemoan that their work “being on the frontline also comes with a great risk.” This because after patting down over 600 million passengers one TSA Agent was killed in a criminal action at LA …
The TSA’s Truth In Parody – They Are A Joke No Matter How You Look At It
26 Dec 2013 9:37 am Terresa Monroe-Hamilton
By: Terresa Monroe-Hamilton
The Chief of Security for Israeli airports stated to TheBlaze what all of us have known about the TSA from the beginning – they suck. In fact, what they do doesn’t prevent an attack at all; it invites one.
The TSA is incompetent, hugely wasteful and although I’m sure there a few good individuals there, they have more than their share of wannabe fascists who have a power complex and severe fascist tendencies. In a Depression, people take the work they can get. But seriously, would you, for …
When The TSA Thugs Humiliate 95 Year Old Cancer Patients, They Want You To Know They’re Just Following Orders
27 Jun 2011 6:57 am John Hawkins
The government’s TSA rent-a-thugs have been hard at work — not catching terrorists, of course. Their security procedures aren’t designed to do that effectively. However, they are good at one thing: Harassing, humiliating, and traumatizing American citizens who have to be exposed to them in order to fly.
This time, the TSA outdid themselves.
News Herald reported that Jean Weber filed the complaint after her wheelchair-bound 95-year-old mother, who is in the final stages of her battle with leukemia, was asked to remove an adult diaper during a pat down search.
According to …